How to Use Fluid Grid Layouts in Dreamweaver [Tutorial]

Whether you have big dreams of launching a successful graphic design career or you’re just looking to pick up a few skills to dabble in your spare time, there are multiple ways to teach yourself some of the top skills used in the field.

We produced the Adobe Creative Cloud Tutorial Series to support you in your efforts. Because no matter how ambitious and tech savvy you are, it’s always nice to have a little help from the pros. This visual guide will add another talent to your arsenal of design skills.

In this episode of the Adobe Creative Cloud Tutorial Series, Jennifer Ayotte, Rasmussen College School of Design  dean, will provide you with a step-by-step demonstration of how to use fluid grid layouts in Dreamweaver. Be sure to stay tuned for more videos in this series!

 

 

If you’re serious about pursuing this profession, learn more about how a graphic design degree can help jumpstart your career!

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Callie is an Inbound Marketing Specialist whose aim is to compose helpful and encouraging content to assist Rasmussen College students. Her eagerness for helping others combined with her creative writing passion makes her a great asset to past, present and prospective learners.

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